Netflix is ready to readjust its plans for original movies From a production and distribution point of view, with the aim of producing fewer films than in the past, concentrating forces, resources and energies towards “bigger, more expensive and better” projects.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, in fact, during a recent earnings call with shareholders — which comes just days later Netflix Geeked Week 2022 is back – It was revealed Netflix intends to focus on making movies on a much larger scalerather than posting a lot of high-quality headlines that are volatile on a weekly basis:Just a few years ago, we were struggling to monetize the small art film marketTed Sarandos, Netflix co-CEO and chief creative officer, told analysts.However, today we are releasing some of the most popular and most watched movies in the world. In the past few months alone, we’ve come up with works like Don’t Look Up, Red Notice, and The Adam Project, to name a few“.
However, some sources have clarified the details of this New strategy called “bigger, better, less”was certainly born out of the need to reverse the fate of the market, which saw the platform lose 200,000 subscriptions in the last quarter: Specifically, one insider noted that “Small films will not disappear from production planswhile another stated thatA bigger movie doesn’t mean a bigger waste of money: it means, say, making movies One big movie worth $20 million instead of two minor movies worth $10 million. “
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